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Full text of "Old houses and families of Carlisle, Mass., 1941"

Vol. XVII 

Residence of Miss Pamela Ouellette page 1 

Residence of Antonio Paresi " 41 

Residence of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Patch - " 44 

Residence of Carl Pedersen " 54 

Residence of Christian Pedersen " 62 

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DUREN-OUELLETTE HOUSE 
Bedford Road 

Historical Sketch 

Miss Pamela S. Ouellette 

Heirs to the "Church Cent" 

Estate of Reuben Duren 

Duren Events and Possessions 

Isaac Duren 

Isaac Duren Estate 

Duren Genealogy 

Pease-Dursn Line 

Dolley Ancestry 

Pease Records 

Wilkins -Duren Family 

Duren Records from Hazen's "Billerica" and Other Sources 

Littlehale-Duren Line 

Thomas Duren Line 

Willard Duren Line 

Warren Chester Duren Line 

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Concord Street 

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Patrick Neff (Neif, Neef) Family 

Samuel (5) Heald Family 
Major B.F. (7) Heald Family 
Simon ^ald Family 
Thomas Heald Family 
Heald-Burt Line 
Samuel Osgood Family 
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now called the Garr-Peterson House. 

Concord Street . 

Built - 1788. 

Almost a century and a naif ago (1784) the home of Samuel 
Heald burned to the ground in the early spring. His son John 
was in the building and while the father was trying to reach 
him, both perished in the flames. How old this house was, or 
who built it, we do not know, but we do know that it stood on 
the Heald grant, on the site now occupied by the Carr-Peterson 
house. 

This present house was erected by Samuel Heald, son of the 
above Samuel and brother to John who perished. It was begun 
shortly after the first house burned and was finished in 1788. 
It is a large house and was built in the prevailing pattern of 
the pitch roof, center chimney, south facing buildings. It 
stands on Concord Street not far from Russell Street, in the 
southern part of the town. Its appearance has been much changed 
since first built, as the big chimney has been removed and two 
smaller ones substituted, bay windows and piazza added to the 
east end, and also a large ell. Only two or three of the 
original windows remain, and these are in the attic. Interior 
changes have been as radical as those outside. With the re- 
moval of the big chimney, a door was cut through the back of 
the front hall and the stairway given a straight run. The 
older features of the house have been quite generally eliminated. 

Beautiful elms overhang both the front and rear of the 
building giving welcome shade in the summer time. 

Samuel Heald 5 , the builder of this house, was the son of 
Samuel Heald 4 and Rebecca (Fletcher) Heald, and was born in 
Carlisle, March 29, 1743. He married, May 38, 1768, Mary Hunt 
of Concord, and had seven children, all of whom were probably 
born in this house; Thomas, who married Abi Hildreth and re- 
mained on the farm; Mary, who died when only four years old; 
Simon, who married Betsey Champney of Concord, Mass; a second 
Mary who married Benjamin Proctor and established a home on 
Stearns Street, which is now the home of Arthur Malcolm; Anna, 
who married Samuel Lovejoy and built the Titus house on Concord 
Street; Lucy, who died in infancy, and Elizabeth who married 
John G. Lakin of Hancock, N. H. and became the ancestor of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Robbins Berry. 

Mary Hunt was married in a brocaded silk dress of soft 
green with a maroon overshot. A small piece of it is now in 
the possession of Miss Carrie Robbins whose father was a great 
grandson of Captain Samuel and Mary (Hunt) Heald. This scrap 
of silk now lines an ancient hand-made pocketbook. A pewter 
plate marked "M. H. M and a silver spoon so marked, descended 






to Miss Robbins from Mary Hunt, and the Captain's silver shoe 
buckle and personal jewelry have also been handed down. 

At the time the First Church was organized in Carlisle, 
Feb. 38, 1781, Captain Samuel was appointed with Phineas Blood, 
to read the Psalm or hymn at "publick" services. 

Samuel Heald 5 was a soldier in the Revolution, and previous 
to that was First Lieutenant of the Concord Militia Co. which 
was of course British until just before the battle at Concord.. 
At that time Colonial soldiers not in sympathy with the British 
became members of the American troops. Thus Samuel Heald 5 
became a Captain in the Continental Army and served with 
patriotic fervor. His record is given elsewhere in this book. 
He died May 11, 1829, aged 86, and is buried in Green Cemetery, 
Carlisle. He was the first soldier to receive a Revolutionary 
grave marker in Carlisle, this being placed by his great grand- 
daughter, Elizabeth Robbins Berry. He served his native town 
as its first treasurer, for six years, 1780 - 1785 inclusive. 

Thomas, his son, who married Abl Hildreth of Westford, re- 
mained on the home place and cultivated the farm. Their family 
included sons Benjamin Franklin, Ai, Capt. Thomas, Ephraim, 
Samuel, Warren, and a daughter Lucy, all born in this house. 
Thomas, the father, died in 1843 and his wife Abi in 1859. 
During her widowhood it was decided to give the farm to Benjamin 
Franklin if he would "see his mother through", which he did. 

Benjamin Franklin Heald 7 was a man of letters and the 
father of a large family. He married Susan P. Kimball of Lowell, 
Mass., and ten children were born to them, the youngest of whom, 
Washington Irving Heald, is living today (Greenville, N.H.). 
He donated the interesting and valuable collection of relics 
from the Battlefield of Gettysburg to the Gleason Library, after 
having personally searched that historic spot for them. As 
three of his brothers were soldiers in the Civil War, he had a 
vital interest in all that pertained to it. 

His brother Benjamin Franklin, Jr. donated to the town the 
Heald Memorial Arch at Green Cemetery, in memory of his parents, 
Major B. F. Heald and his wife Susan. 

An Osgood family lived in this house after the Healds, who 
had a son Isaac and a daughter Jennie. The latter married John 
Prescott, son of Humphrey Prescott of Carlisle. 

Fletcher Carr next occupied this house for a while, then 
sold it to Deacon S. G. Bailey who lived here about eight years. 
Edward J. Carr, brother of Fletcher Carr came next. 

Ai Heald, son of Thomas 6 and Abi (Hildreth) Heald, married 
Luranah Forbush and had a daughter Luranah Heald, who became the 
mother of Mrs. Rena (Carr) Clark and grandmother of Guy, Joseph 



and Maria Clark now living in Carlisle. 

Ai Heald was called "Ai the Hunter" because of his prowess 
with the gun (see Russell House sketch). 

Luranah Heald, daughter of Ai and Luranah (Forbush) Heald, 
married in 1869, Edward J. Carr of New Ipswich, N.H. and lived 
in the old Russell house on Russell Street, the site being 
opposite the present home of Herbert Dutton. In 1893 they re- 
moved to the Captain Samuel Heald house which was the former 
home of Mrs. Carr's uncle, Benjamin Franklin Heald, her grand- 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heald, and before that, her grand- 
parents, Captain and Mrs. Samuel Heald. Most of the radical 
changes in the house were made at this time. 

Mr. Carr was a Civil War veteran having enlisted at nine- 
teen years of age, in a New Hampshire regiment, and at the close 
of the war he engaged in agriculture. He and his wife purchased 
their first farm in Templeton, Mass., where they remained for 
three years, during which time their daughter Rena was born. 
She later became the wife of William A. Clark and now resides 
on the Samuel Green place, Concord Street, Carlisle. 

After leaving Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. Carr purchased the 
old Russell farm in Carlisle where they remained for twenty 
years. Then they went (1893) to the Captain Samuel Heald house, 
now called the Carr-Peterson house. This adjoined the Russell 
property and comprised about forty-five acres. Mrs. Carr had 
additional holdings in various places in Carlisle, to the extent 
of about seventy-five acres. 

Five children came into this family; Charles A. Carr who 
married Emma J. Upton; Rena M. who married William A. Clark; 
Marion L. who married Homer Edson of Milford, N.H. and went to 
live in Canada; Alvah, who married Annie Cluney; and Nellie, 
who died young. 

On Jan. 14, 1894, the friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carr 
surprised this worthy couple on the 35th anniversary of their 
wedding and they celebrated the event about a year after pur- 
chasing this house. There were many gifts and a bountiful 
roast turkey dinner. 

Mr. Carr not only worked his farm, but also sold all 
varieties of real estate. He died at this place August 9, 1906, 
from a bee sting, while mowing on a machine in the hay field, 
death coming almost immediately. He was 63 years old and had 
lived in Carlisle for 34 years. He held many town offices:- 
Assessor, Supt. of Roads, member of School Board, and also a 
Selectman. His widow remained on the home place occupying a 
part of the house and renting the remainder to some family who 
would take care of the farm and house. A large barn had been 
built in 1849 and the farm was in shape to bring in a good income. 



Eventually Mrs. Carr became feeble and went to live with 
her daughter Mrs. William A. Clark, dividing her time between 
her son Alvah in Hill, N.H. and daughter Rena. The farm was 
sold in 1925 to 8. Waldo Lapham who sold it almost immediately 
to Mr. and Mrs. Christian Peterson, thrifty Scandinavians who 
have taken excellent care of this staunch old house. 

This Captain Samuel Heald house stands as solidly as it 
did the day it was finished in 1788. It has housed four genera- 
tions of Healds and a large number of Heald children. For one 
hundred and forty-four years travelers between Carlisle and 
Concord have passed its doors. The succession of spring 
planting and fall harvesting have never been abated in all those 
years. The soil has yielded abundant products of food for man 
and beast, and while work was necessary, pleasures also came to 
those whose hands were seldom idle. 

The house came into existence near the close of the Revolu- 
tion when the colonies were bound to stand by their own efforts 
and such men as we had right here helped to make a substantial 
community. 

The Heald family, one of the first and largest in the 
southern part of Carlisle, not only built seven houses which 
stand today, but also built some of the other structural fibre 
of our town. Captain Samuel fought for our political freedom 
from Great Britain. His grandson, "Major Frank" was one of the 
first historians of Carlisle, a leading Democrat, an official 
of the town and for many years a supporter of the First Church. 
His commission as Ensign was received from the State Militia in 
1830; he was made Captain in 1835 and Major in 1836, serving in 
the 3rd Division of the Third Regiment of the First Brigade, 
M. V. M. He was a member of the House of Representatives in 
1848. In 1880 he wrote a history of Carlisle for Drake's History 
of Middlesex County, (see p. 325 Bull's History of Carlisle) 

Only two of the Healds in the male line remain in Carlisle 
today, although there are several descendants from female lines 
scattered through various old families. Of the seven Heald 
houses remaining, not one is in the family name. The Captain 
Samuel Heald farm was doubtless one of the very first Heald 
farms, the house which burned having been the home of the first 
Samuel Heald who was born in North Acton, the fourth generation 
from John Heald who came to Concord from England in 1662. The 
Heald grant, comprising a large area, was settled by different 
members of the family, each new family seemingly purchasing a 
convenient part on which to build a home. This farm is the one 
nearest the center of Carlisle and probably at the eastern edge 
of the grant. Included within its acreage are some of the open- 
ings into the abandoned Carlisle copper mines described in the 
Jonathan Heald house history. 



Story written by Martha F. Wilkins and typed by Maria 
Clark, the great-great-great -grand-daughter of Captain 
Samuel Heald. 



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Sajnuel Heald line. 

. -Roya.1 
I John Heald & Dorothy (A ncir o w o?) 
II John Heald & Sarah Dean married 1661 

III John Heald & Mary Chandler 1690 

IV Samuel Heald & Rebecca Fletcher 1742 

V Samuel Heald, Jr. (Captain) & Mary Hunt 1768 

VI Thomas Heald & Abi Hildreth 1791 
VII Benjamin Franklin Heald & Susan Philbrook 

Kimball 1838 



Heald - Berry line. 

I John Heald & Dorothy ( Andrews? ) 

II John Heald & Sarah Dean 

III John Heald & Mary Chandler 

IV Samuel Heald & Rebecca "Fletcher 

V Samuel Heald, Jr. & Mary Hunt 

VI Elizabeth Heald & John G. Lakin 

VII John Dana Robbins & Caroline Lakin 

VIII John Robbins & Sarah H. Morgan 

IX Elizabeth Robbins & Henry A. Berry 



Heald - Clark line. 

I John Heald & Dorothy (Andrews?) 

II John Heald & Sarah Dean married 1661 

III John Heald & Mary Chandler 1690 

IV Samuel Heald & Rebecca Fletcher 1742 

V Samuel Heald, Jr. (Captain) & Mary Hunt 1768 

VI Thomas Heald & Abi Hildreth 1791 

VII Ai Heald & Luranah (Forbush) Green 1837 

VIII Luranah Heald & Edward J. Carr 1868 

IX Rena Carr & William A. Clark 1899 

X Maria Clark 



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Samuel Heald ^ . 

Samuel Heald 4 , son of John 3 and Mary (Chandler) Heald, 
married Rebecca Fletcher, June 9, 1743. 

He was born May 4, 1705, and died April 18, 1784. 

(burned to death) . 
She was born Nov. 13, 1717, and died Sept. 11, 1807, 
daughter of Hezekiah and Mary (Wood) Fletcher of Concord, 
Mass. (went to New Hampshire and settled near Walpole) 
was in Carlisle, Mass. March 3, 1755. 

see Shattuck's Concord, p. 321, 324, 328. 

Children :- 

1. Samuel 5 , Jr., b. March 29, 1743. d. May 11, 1829. 

m. May 28, 1768, Mary Hunt, b. Aug. 10, 
1745, d. Oct. 22, 1822, daughter of 
Simon Hunt, Jr. and Anna (Blood) Barron 
of Concord, 
(see "Hunt Family" p.p. 25, 26, & 85). 



2. Rebecca, 



3. Josiah, 



4. John, 



5. 


Mary, 


6. 


Hannah, 


7. 


Sarah, 



8. Silas, 



b. Oct. 18, 1745. m. Oct. 30, 1766, 
John Hubbard. 



b. Dec. 10, 1747. m. Tryphenia 
and settled in Maine. 



b. May 24, 1750. d. April 18, 1784, 

burned to death in the conflagration 

of his father's house, (was weak minded) 

b. Oct. 22, 1752. m. Patrick Neif. 

b. Jan. 29, 1755. 

b. Oct. 24, 1757. d. Jan. 9, 1832. 
m. Apr. 3, 1782, Amos Nutting, 
d. Feb. 4, 1821. He was from Groton, 
Mass. They had a son Amos H. who 
married Dec. 24, 1812, Hannah French 
Heald, daughter Capt. Jonathan Heald 
and his 2nd wife Hannah French. This 
Capt. Jonathan Heald was brother to 
Ebenezer Heald. Capt. Jonathan had 
four children by his first wife, Sarah 
Brown. 

b. Oct. 26, 1760. d. June 21/3, 1811. 
m. June 22, 1786, Sarah Wetherbee of 
Carlisle, ch: Sarah, b. April 29, 1787. 

John, b. July 7, 1791. 



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Patrick Neff family. 

Mary Heald, daughter of Samuel 4 and Rebecca (Fletcl.e 
Heald, b. Oct. 22, 1752. d. . Eeff. 

Children: - 

Elexander b. Sept. 15, 1774. 

Hannah b. Nov. 10, 1777. m. Daniel Williams. Sept. 5 J.797. 

Sarah b. Nov. 10, 1781.™. Q^^^ctcLw, (c^x^te^") 

Patrick Neff 
(spelled also Neif and Neef) 

Patrick Neff is listed among the Revolutionary soldiers from 
Carlisle at the State House, Boston, Mass. with the following record: 

Patrick Neff: time of service 6 months; amount of pay 

1375 pounds, 16 shillings. 

(Bull's History of Carlisle, p. 45) 



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Samuel Heald 5 . 

Captain) 
Lieut.) Samuel Heald (records show him as both Captain 
and Lieutenant) b. March 39, 1743. d. May 11. 1823. m. 
May 28, 1768. 

Mary Hunt of Concord, Mass., b. Aug. 10, 1745. d. Oct. 22, 
1822, daughter of Simon Hunt, Jr. and Anna (Blood) Barron. 
(see "Hunt Family" p.p. 25, 26, & 85.) 

Children :- 

1. Thomas, b. Dec. 12, 1768. d. Aoril 14, 1843. 

m. Sept. 11, 1791, Abi Hildreth, b. 1767, 
d. Aug. 3, 1859, daughter Ephraim Hildreth 
and Elizabeth Parker of Westford, Mass. 

2. Mary, b. April 16, 1771. d. March 31, 1775. (tti#&"<i2Uy>^ fl . 

3. Simon, b. March 6, 1774. d. June 12, 1830. 

m. Nov. 12, 1801/0, Betsey Champney, 

d. May 12, 1830, daughter of John and Sarah 

( ) Champney of Concord, Mass. 

4. Mary, b. April 16, 1776. d. Sept. 28, 1857. 

m. Jan. 14, 1800, Benjamin Proctor, 
b. Nov. 11, 1776. d. Nov. 13, 1852. 

5. Anna, b. Sept. 19, 1778. d. Jan. 28, 1855. 

m. Oct. 22, 1796, Samuel Lovejoy, 
b. March 5, 1773. d. Mar. 37, 1847, son 
of Christopher and Rebecca (Parker) Love joy 
of Billerica, Mass. 

6. Lucy, b. Dec. 39, 1780. died in infancy. 

7. Elizabeth, b. July 13, 1783. m. Jan. 13, 1808, 

John G. Lakin of Hancock, N.H. They had 
a daughter Caroline who m. John Dana Robbins 
who d. Oct. 14, 1858. This Caroline Lakin 
was an only child, her parents having 
separated after they had been married but 
a few months. 



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Major Benjamin Franklin 7 Heald family. 

Benjamin Franklin 7 Heald, grandson of Captain Samuel and eon 
of Thomae^and Abi (Hildreth) Heald, 

b. Carlisle, Oct. 25, 1809 (in Carr-Peterson bouse). 
July 27, 1892 at West Somerville, Mass., aged 83. 



d. 



m. 
d. 



Held many town offices. 

State Representative 1848. 

Wrote History of Carlisle for Drake's History of 

Middlesex County in 1880. 
Received bis commission in tbe M. V. M. 

Jan. 14, 1838, Susan P. Kimball, b. i8i6,<P«=^^^«-." >m - 
May 7, 1889, aged 73, at Somerville, Mass. 



Tbe Heald Memorial Arcb was erected at tbe eastern entrance 
to Green Cemetery, Carlisle, to tbeir memory, by tbeir son, 
Benjamin Franklin Heald, 2nd. 



Tbey had ten children:- 
1 . Thomas H . , 



2. Angeline,A- 

3. Timothy Wi^JUW,, 

4. Austin Marsh, 



b. April 7, 1838. d. New York City, 
Feb. 6, 1903., Civil War Veteran. 

b. Feb. 29, 1840. d.^tex^-^^&j^- 
b. July 6, 1842. ^.QS^a^c^.^M,. 

b. Jan. 6, 1844. d. Falmouth, Va. 
Jan. 30, 1863. Civil War Veteran. 



5. Benjamin Franklin, b. Feb. 1, 1846. d. Feb. 19, 1925, 

aged 80. Was D.JJ.S,,,, .^ 



6. Susan Adeline, 



b. July 15, 1848. d. March, 1923, 

Somerville, Mass., 

m. James Waldo Johnson. cix: ^auLaxsuxx^prncu^. 



7. 


Charles, ET. 


8. 


George GJU^dGcr* 


9. 


Imogene B . , 



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10. Washington Irving, b.^^25^^18|8. ^ .w-W^S.™*^^-*^ 

B. F. Heald lived first in Carr-Peterson house, and later 
in Jonathan Heald house, now Dr. Lunt's. 



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Simon Heald, eon of Captain Samuel 5 and Mary (Hunt) Heald, 
b. March 6, 1774. d. June 12, 1830. 

m. Nov. 12, 1801/0 (Drury chart) Aug. 22, 1801, Carlisle records 
Betsey Champney, b. d. May 12, 1830, 

daughter Ephraim and Sarah ( ) Champney of Concord, 
Mass. 

Children:- 

Ebenezer, b. July 4, 1802 



Thomas Heald, son of Captain Samuel 5 and Mary (Hunt) Heald, 
b. Dec. 12, 1768. d. April 14, 1843. m. Sept. 11, 1791. 
Abi Hildreth, b. 1767. d. Aug. 3, 1859, daughter 
Ephraim Hildreth and Elizabeth Parker of Westford, Mass. 

Children :- 

Samuel, b. Dec. 27, 1791. . „ , , 

Ephraim, b. May 18, 1793. m. Betsey Hodgman, 

1821. 

Thomas, b. March 2, 1795. ("Captain Tom"). 

Abi, b. Oct. 5, 1796. 

Lucy, b. May 4, 1798. 

Franklin, b. Jan. 1, 1800. 

dL. CW- AS"- l^OO 

Warren, b. June 5, 1807. 

Benjamin Franklin, b. Oct. 25, 1809. ., . . nn * llt .«-., 

Ai, b. Mar. 23, 1812. m. Luranah (Forbush) 

Green, Jau< 3\- 1*37. 

Tt.v. ^lc*. f^suju, s^.a^-^37 



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Captain Thomas Heald, or "Captain Tom" as he was called, 
eon of Thomas 6 and AM (Hlldreth) Heald, built the house which 
later burned, on South Street, the only evidence of which is the 
cellar foundation stones, on the Dr. Lunt estate. The barn on 
the opposite side of the road remains only as a frame. 

Ephraira Heald, son of Thomas 6 and Abi (Hildreth) Heald, 
married Betsey Hodgraan and became the ancestor of Mr. George H. 
Heald of Carlisle. 



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II 

III 

IV 



Carr 

Biographical Review. 

Thomas Carr, Senior. 

Thomas Carr, Jr. of Sudbury, Mass. 
American Revolution. 



Soldier in the 



John Carr, farmer of Sudbury, Mass. Soldier in the War 
of 1812. Married Dorcas Haynes of Sudbury. 

Emory Carr, b. Sudbury, April 3, 1798; farmer; d. 1880, 

aged 83. 

m. Abigail Rice, b. Sept. 30. 1800, Stow, Mass., daughter 
Solomon and Ruth (Maynard; Rice who resided in Ipswich, 
N.H.J farmer. Solomon Rice was a Revolutionary soldier 
and died at Ticonderoga. CibigaJvl oiiedl,<2aTli*le;3)eo.Ai, !«<?«?■ 

They had eight children, Edward J. being the third. v 

J. FT Q&crr ox Co-nG^roLTTnass. 3~&rr) es Garr o£ (jOcsf If/nc^e. n."H- 
V Edward J. Garr, b. New Ipswich, N.H., July 23, 1843. 

d. Carlisle, Aug. 9, 1906. Soldier in the Civil War; 
enlisted at 19; farmer; m. Jan. 14, 1869, Luranah 
Maria Heald, b. Carlisle, Nov. 3, 1846. d. Sept. 1, 
1931 at Hill, N.H., aged 84; daughter Ai and Luranah 
(Forbush) Green Heald. 

They had five children. 

VI Charles A. Carr, b. Templeton, Mass., Nov. 17, 1869. 

d. Carlisle, Aug. 15, 1898, aged 28. 



Rena Maria, 



Lena Marion, 



Alvah, 



Nellie, 



b. Templeton, Mass., May 27, 1871. 
m. William A. Clark, April 2, 1899. 
(see Clark house records) 

b. Carlisle, Mass., Mar. 22, 1873. 
m. Homer Edson of Milford, N.H., 
Jan. 1, 1899, and resided in Canada. 

b. Carlisle, Mass., Mar. 16, 1877. 
m. April 2, 1899, Annie Cluney. 

Ch:- June 

b. Templeton, Mass., April, 1874. 
d. Templeton, Mass., June, 1874. 



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Edward J. Carr had a common school education, and later be- 
came a soldier in the War of the Rebellion. At the close of the 
war he engaged in farming, first in Templeton, Mass. (187G) where 
he remained three years, then in Carlisle on the Russell farm, 
for twenty years, and then on the Captain Samuel Heald place where 
he remained till his death. 



He served the town of Carlisle as Assessor, Supt . of Roads, 
on the School Board, also as Selectman. 

He belonged to the G.A.R. and was a member of Isaac Davie 
Post 138, Acton, Mass.